Gay man refused service at store


#161

Hey congratulations. You finally got one right. This story is ■■■■■■■■. Good job.


#162

:+1:

Finally gettin’ it.


#163

Strakas tweets.


#164

Search your souls libs. Or that black hole where your souls used to be.


#165

I’ve read his tweets - I see no timeline there.

Did you read the interview he gave?


#166

Just like Russian collusion…


#167

You’re looking for an actual drawn line aren’t you?

Search your soul.


#168

:laughing:

Search my soul for what?

Why so emotional?


#169

Search for your soul is probably more accurate.

I’m not emotional.


#170

He is refusing to admit his error that the clerk passed the guy off because he didn’t want to hear his rant.


#171

And yet, here you are - clutching your pearls and implying anyone who disagrees with you has no soul.

Not emotional at all. Of course.


#172

Boy you’ll do anything to dodge responsibility.


#173

No he’s not. The error is not his. It’s yours.

Is it ok for me to “pass off” a customer because he’s holding hand with another man?


#174

Yes.

But it’s also a completely false analogy to what actually happened, which you know.


#175

It’s been posted several times yet you seem oblivious.

when he tried to explain what #WalkAway was, the employee was not interested in having a conversation

It had nothing to do with his orientation or preference in mates or whatever. You are just wrong and that’s all there is to it.


#176

Disagrees with me? :rofl:

I say they can kick him out of the store because he’s homosexual. Or not let him in at all.

You’re disagree with your own claimed morality


#177

As an employee of a store, is one obligated to listen to political rants by customers?


#178

Because you’re using it for alt right.


#179

Because you’re using it for alt right.


#180

:laughing:

You don’t get to play both sides. Either I’m soulless, or you’re all about “freedom”.

You don’t know what my “claimed morality” is, let alone how it would apply here.